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and millions of dollars in fines. ktvu's david stevenson broke the story this morning and has been following the investigation. david is here now with what he learned. >> reporter: this federal investigation is stretched out for three years and today we were the first to learn of the specific charges and the specific officers involved. >> reporter: ktvu brock the news of the -- broke the news of the indictments of san francisco police officers on charges of civil rights violations and corruption. >> this is a serious matter of misconduct as i can recall in my time in the immediate. >> reporter: officer arshad razzak, officer richard yick and officer raul eric elias, sergeant ian furminger, officer edmond robles and complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis are charge -- and officer vargas are charged. charges range from extortion to theft to drug description. >> public corruption work is important to the fbi. >> reporter: the investigation began in 2011 after he brought the tapes to light. >> they were going into the rooms without warnants. they were stealing -- warrants. they were
, they are available anytime we are off the air on our ktvu weather app. >>> the roadways. a live look on highway 17. you can tell it is dark at the summit in the mountains. a lot of fog, light rain. drivers have their headlights on and it is slow going. the traffic is so bad we called in sal castaneda for an extra sift. tell us where the real problem areas are. >> reporter: wherever it is raining is where traffic slows the most. you heard bill say in san francisco, heaviest in the south bay. pictures. our camera might be wet in san francisco. we will show it to you. traffic is busy here. tilting down to show us how busy it is. something going on on the shoulder. eastbound traffic is slow. windy as well. to san francisco. this might be a tough thing to see, 101 in san francisco, if we could go to the camera. you can see how the traffic is slow. camera is wet. you can tell what is going on. very slow through san francisco. as we look at the bay area, all the red, we had a lot of slow traffic and lot of incidents, too much to go into detail but the grade is also slow and contra costa county, 680. one
haener. we're on storm watch tonight, and our first stop is the ktvu weather center, and chief meteorologist bill martin. >> we've got rainfall out there right now. live stormtracker 2 is showing rain, and showers throughout the bay area. we've even had a few thunder showers reported. i'm tracking this area right now on near the richmond bridge. this is a nice looking cell moving through richmond, and toward hercules. we can stick a track on it. as they thing moves off, the going to move through the districts of crockett in the next 32 minutes. vallejo in the next 40 minutes or so. not going to see any thunder from this one, but definitely seeing heavy rain in these cells. you're going to see more rain in san francisco. as we work our way toward san bruno, more showers. this was just the first in a series of storms. number 2 is going to be here as well, and is going to play havoc on the commutes as well. we also have showers back in the forecast for tomorrow. so when i come back, i'll have all the complete details, we'll get you covered then. >>> our team coverage continues wi
. there will be extra counselors on this campus again tomorrow, rocked again by turmoil. debra villalon, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> more news, this attack ups two months after the california transgender rights law. the law is the first of its kind in the nation. just last week, an effort to repeal it failed to garner enough signatures to get on the ballot. >>> police have stepped up patrols. ken pritchett is live at the scene of the first robbery. students have been told to stay alert. >> reporter: it was here on this campus parking lot next to shot field. another robbery, within an hour of that first incident, students were alerted to it by text message, email, and phone. the students are on the golf team, walking home at #k tonight from a day on the links. where they are walking by shot field at 1:00 a.m. saturday morning was the scene of a crime. >> i was pretty scared. i was glad that i was home, and with the doors locked and everything. >> one student was approached by three men. two of them had handguns. >> i got the phone call at like 2:00 p.m., i think. it was kind of explaining everything that h
with claims of bullying and sexual harassment has been hit with violence once again. ktvu's tara moriarty is live in martinez with how hercules high school is responding to an attack of a transgender student in a boys' bathroom. >> reporter: parents and students say they were surprised by this attack recent one -- the second one in just the past few months. this morning, school flirls held an emergency -- officials held an emergency meeting. parents said they were shocked that a male transgender student was sexually assaulted in a bathroom yesterday during school. >> i'm very bothered by it. as parents, we did not receive a phone call. i actually heard from the students. >> reporter: another parent said her kids are worried about safety. >> they said not again, hercules, not our school. please, no. we don't want this. >> reporter: police say a 15- year-old freshman who identifies himself as a male was attacked by three boys ages 16 and 17 after using the boys' bathroom. >> i'm not so surprised if this happened at hercules high school. >> reporter: james rose says he is surprised this part
chances will be added to the forecast. >>> we have ktvu's team coverage as some residents around the bay area prepare for possible flooding and crews take steps to try to minimize any storm-related damage. >>> and we're monsterring the traffic and we'll talk -- monsterring the traffic and -- monsterring the traffic and we'll talk to the chp about what to prepare for as drivers develop chur out onto the wet roads -- venture out on the wet. >>> the first of the rain begins to arrive. people have begun to pick up sandbags, clear out gutters and trim trees ahead of the rain expected over the next few days. we have ktvu team coverage with reporters covering all over the bay area, from the south bay to the east bay and the slick road conditions in between. we start with mark tamayo tracking the rain. >> the first waves of rain, the first round of rain pushing across parts of the bay area. picking up, as you can see on live stormtracker2, we've been watching this. right now the steadiest activity is up in the north bay. you can see the greens and the yellows showing up there. there's the live d
looking over pretty gray scene toward the bay bridge. we have ktvu team coverage with our reporters spread out across the bay area tracking fladded roadways -- flooded roadways, downed trees and weather- related traffic accidents. stormwatch starts now. we begin here with rosemary tracking the conditions right now. >> yes. you were here when it was really storming. still at this hour, the wet weather continues. the spotty showers will be with us through your entire friday. you can see stormtracker2 showing you a combination of light showers and moderate showers. we have a few falling over livermore. let's start in the south bay area where we have light scattered showers over san jose. morgan hill and gilroy reporting light showers as well. if we shift into the central portions of the bay, we'll get closer in and around livermore where moderate rain is falling around 580, pleasanton, sunol, you may have moderate rain falling over your city as well. as we get into the central bay and north bay, you can see very sporadic rain showers falling but the bay bridge right now, a wet one. san franci
in the growing number of crashes. one crash in oakland is deadly. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >> good morning. we want to take you back out live to highway 24 this morning. a huge scene. a fatal crash most likely because of the weather. the wet roads out there and now that will slow traffic down there as the investigation continues out there. highway 24 the coroner is out there as well. so that part of the roadway will be closed as sal mentioned for quite some time. we are watching a lot of weather related incidents around the bay area though so stay with us. it is friday, february 28th. that is the good news. at least it is friday. >> yeah. and you want everybody to give themselves extra time. i'm dave clark. we're on storm watch. a wet and windy friday morning. we have live team coverage for you. janine de la vega is in san jose. brian flores at that oakland location. but first let's start with sal and steve paulson. steve, you are tracking where the storm is right now. >> well, it's all over the place. but to the west is really -- look at that low. that is just as good adds it gets
students at cal. the they say the school is failing to protect them. ktvu channel 2 news is next. . >>> rain returns to a drought 31sty bay area and we're getting a good soaking tonight -- thirsty area. i'm gasia mikaelian. for people driving home, windshield wipers are a must. slick roads are a staple. 82 through berkeley from our camera at emeryville has been very slow as the storm moved on shore. the storm brought down a tree in logs altos. the home -- losaltos. >> and umbrellas are getting a work out today. water agencies are trying to stretch supplies during the statewide drought. an ruben is in the south bay where the rain is creating a rush for some business. first our chief meteorologist, bill martin is in the weather center. bill. >> the rain has been falling on the afternoon commute. it's come down almost rapidly in san jose with over two-inches of ben lomen. the raven is kind of winding down into the next hour or so. we still have a chance for a thunder shower and heavy rain or wind. it's starting to clear out a little bit around the bay. as you go up 580 there still a
they won't make it through the makeover. ktvu is near one group of stores were merchants that they consider closing. >> just across the street businesses are doing fine but here it's a different story. there are signs telling people they can walk through this area but people are not willing to come over here and spend their money. window shopping in berlin game isn't the same when you're surrounded by orange barricades and chain-link fencing. >> it looks like a war zone, the fences are up you know it's not whelping welcoming. >> this street improvement project broke ground last may but as time passes construction is keeping customers away and many merchants are taking a hit. >> i don't think we knew was gonna be this bad. >> she seen a 30-50% decrease in revenue since the start of the year. >> i don't think you know until it's in front of your store and you realize that it is kind of dead. >> her neighbors across the torn up street are hurting to. >> this construction has been going on too long. >> calvin wong has been considering closing his cafi because sales of also be cut in half. >> no
of snow today alone. we have team coverage tonight. >>> with ktvu reporters covering today's much needed rain. first to bill martin with how much rain the bay area got today. >> reporter: the morning commute was a mess as you know. we saw one to two inches of rain that continues to impact not just the bay area. over toward, working your way toward fremont. these showers moderate to heavy at times. up here toward vallejo, more scattered showers. driving was messy tonight. visibilities get reduced. these scatters showers like we're seeing over here down near fremont are going to continue throughout the evening hours. fremont getting pretty good rain right now. you can hear it coming down if you're out near the fremont area, margerie drive. we're going to go to san jose and we have heavy rainfall here as well. it's been pretty productive storms coming through the bay area. the showers are going to continue throughout the tonight and they're going to try to push through the bay area weekend. we're going to hear what part of the weekend is going to be the driest. there's more on the way. >>>
for students and see if they have anything planned in her memory. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> water-main break is keeping crews busy up there and this is what we are talking about. it happened on the parkway at los gatos avenue. the water-main belongs to the water recycling for irrigation and brian flores is in the area and we will have more on that coming up. >>> they are continuing to search for a man who has been missing for five days. the father and daughter had dinner and she watched him drive away towards san rafael but he never arrived at the retirement community. they have also caused a problem and maybe contusions set in. >> there is no sign of the car he was driving. it has a missing hub cab. hundreds -- hub cap. hundreds of flyers have been posted throughout the county. >>> they are trying to offer four-year degrees at community colleges. live from san jose, you have been talking to students offering -- offering more. >> you can see there is a charter bus behind me and they will board those buses and is 38 degrees and they are urging support for public educatio
in oakland, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> check this out -- the rain is causing dangerous flash flooding around the bay area. that's a real hazard for drivers. this might be one of the worst situations. this is video of standing water in the area of santa clara street where it turns into the alameda/san jose. at least two drivers had to be rescued when they drove into high water and got stuck. they say they never saw the water before driving into it. >> another traffic issue, this crash happened at the hickey boulevard exit on 280 in daly city around 2:30 this morning. no one was hurt. but a couple of lanes were blocked for a short time. >>> 7:06. thousands of bay area homes and businesses have no power. pg&e says the biggest outages are in the north bay. two separate blackouts affecting 5700 customers near napa. in the san jose area, 660 homes and businesses are without power. in pittsburg, 328 customers are in the dark. a power pole was knocked down. more than 100 have no electricity in san francisco. just a handful of people on the peninsula have no power. in most cases, the
early this morning, spilling thousands of gallons of gas and shutting down the southbound lanes. ktvu's tara moriarty has been on the scene since 4:30. she'll tell us when the lanes could reopen coming up in a live report. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >> let's talk about weather and traffic. should we take an umbrella. >> i would. but you will need more than that tomorrow. there's still rain falling. nothing too heavy. there have been bursts of moderate rain. morning rain, partly cloudy, breezy to blustery. tomorrow, this looks really good to me. there is a lot going on here. we'll have more rain, heavy rain, high wind watch will be upgraded to a warning. the heaviest rains will be around the santa cruz mountains. you can see pretty good swath of rain from southern marin county. terra linda had 2.30. also stretching out across parts of san pablo bay, towards vallejo, benicia, maybe around hercules, also pinole. heading towards cordelia and fairfield and also the east bay. nothing too heavy but it's on its way. 24 la fayette over towards san ramon, danville and probably out to
driver caused a city block's worth of damage and what's being investigated as a dui crash. ktvu's alex savidge has been at the scene since 4:30 this morning. he will show us more of the damage coming up in just a few minutes. it is tuesday, march 4th. good morning, once again. i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. >>> let's check weather and traffic. rosemary is in for steve. do we need an umbrella? >> yeah, we may, just for these morning hours. i think once we get past the two or three hours, we'll be in good shape. stormtracker2 not picking up on any radar. but the drizzle is still falling and below the beam. can't show you any green in our area. but it's damp out there. the roads are slick. the drizzle continues to follow in addition to patchy fog in many areas. if we get up the hill, we have a light scattered shower falling. this is winding down. 4 to 8 inches reported for the higher elevations. i will have a look at some of our rainfall totals in the last 24 hours coming up in just a moment. but i have to take you back through the evening commute yesterday. and then
charges that could send them to prison for years. as ktvu's david stevenson tells us this investigation began over three years ago. >> this is a serious matter of misconduct if i can ever recall in my time in the police force. as alleged. >> reporter: indicted are officer razack, officer raul elias of the department's south earn station. sergeant ferminger, robles and vargas of the mission station are also charged. the six participated in a series of raids at residential hotels caught on these surveillance tapes. >> corruption work is part of the work of the fbi. >>> jeff adachi pwrugt the tapes to light. >> they were going to the rooms without warrants. in some cases we believe they were stealing items. there was no accountability. >>> ahead of the police officers association today acknowledged the severity of the charges but claims, these are based on unreliable informant witnesses. the entire department is shaken, says chief greg suhr. >> i don't think it gets any worse than this. >> reporter: the five officers were stripped of their guns, stripped of their pay and expected in court
in fremont at the spot of another serious crash. this one is at washington and olive streets. ktvu's alex savidge just arrived on scene and is gathering details. we'll have a live report in a minute. it's monday, march 3rd. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >>> let's talk about weather and traffic. we have rosemary in for steve. >> good morning to you. it is sun up. but not shining on us. take a look at all of this gray. you can even detect a few rain cells on the scene. let's get to the north bay. we're mostly cloudy. we remain mainly dry. perhaps a little bit of drizzle out there this morning. coming in, in time for your afternoon commute. and for the north bay, it will be sooner than that. let me time it out for you. picking it up this morning, still to the north of us. as we get into 8:00, 9:00. it creeps into sonoma county. as we get into the lunch hour, it doesn't go any farther than that. here we are in the noontime, still over the north bay, perhaps over parts of sonoma county. as we get into 2:00, 3:00, things start to change. it begins to fill in along the central and south
costs $950. in mill valley, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in south bay flooding caused problems for drivers the driver of this one car got stuck on santa clara street near stockton avenue in san jose where a large pool of water collected on the roadway. cell phone video showing that driver in waist deep attar. minutes late -- water. minutes later a white car travelling the opposite direction got stuck. that section of road was temporarily closed. >>> san jose flooding, near taylor street, prompting closure. cal trans officials say they discovered the pump that used to drain water, wasn't working. they blame predawn thieves who stole copper wiring. workers had to bring in this mobile pump because thieves also knocked out a back up pump. >>> stormy weather lead to hundreds of hour outages. the down force hit last night and this morning there was a lull before it picked up strength this afternoon. heavy rain, many people worried about flooding especially those along the river. again mark will be back shortly with a full forecast and ktvu.com view more video of today's storm clicking on the lin
to prison for years. as ktvu's david stevenson tells us this investigation began over three years ago. >> this is a serious matter of misconduct if i can ever recall in my time in the police force. as alleged. >> reporter: indicted are officer razack, officer raul elias of the department's south earn station. sergeant ferminger, robles and vargas of the mission station are also charged. the six participated in a series of raids at residential hotels caught on these surveillance tapes. >> corruption work is part of the work of the fbi. >>> jeff adachi pwrugt the tapes to light. >> they were going to the rooms without warrants. in some cases we believe they were stealing items. there was no accountability. >>> ahead of the police officers association today acknowledged the severity of the charges but claims, these are based on unreliable informant witnesses. the entire department is shaken, says chief greg suhr. >> i don't think it gets any worse than this. >> reporter: the five officers were stripped of their guns, stripped of their pay and expected in court tomorrow morning. >>> earli
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